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Makeup and Prom Dresses: Blending for

Ready for the prom of 2007? Remember, makeup and prom dresses can go great together with some careful
thought. Use these prom makeup tips to create a beautiful blend...

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You have purchased your prom dress, shoes, jewelry, and handbag. You have decided on whether you will style
your hair yourself or go to a beautician. Now you need to decide if you will do your own makeup or have it done
professionally. With 2007 prom dresses, it's all about fashion, and makeup is a part of that fashion statement that
will make you shine!

If you are one that does not like to wear makeup, you will need to wear a small amount for your prom. Makeup will
bring your features out and cover those unwanted blemishes.

If you have decided to do your own makeup, put on your makeup before putting on your prom dress. This is a
precaution to protect your prom dress from any drops or spills that may take place while you are applying your

There are many tips for applying makeup that can bring out your natural beauty.

Foundation and Concealer

The first step in applying makeup is choosing the perfect foundation. This is done by matching the makeup with
your skin tone and complexion. Always make sure the makeup is well blended and there are no foundation lines
around the neck. For any visible blemishes or dark circles under the eyes, a concealer can be used. Just dab it on
lightly and blend it in good with the foundation.

Eye Makeup

Once your foundation is applied, your eyes are the next important step. You do not want your eye shadow to
match the color of your prom dress, but you do want it to compliment the dress. In order to highlight your eyes,
you will use a lighter shade or the base color from the lash line to the brow. Use a darker shade as a contour
along the upper lash line from the center toward the outer corner, then back along crease.

With an eyeliner pencil, draw a single line above upper lash line from inner to outer corner. Then, draw a line
under your lower lashes from outer to inner corner.

Mascara adds the finishing touch to your eyes. Hold the brush vertically to stroke your lower lashes. Then, for
your upper lashes, wiggle the brush back and forth at the base, and then sweep the brush upward.


You may want to add a little cheek color just to make people think you have a natural glow. For applying this, you
can use a cheek color brush and this will make blending easier.


Your lips can be brought out by lining them with a pencil, then filling them in with a creamy lipstick. This will give
definition and shape to your lips. Glossy lipstick can be used for that stunning look.


Finally, after all your prom makeup has been applied, dust your face with loose powder using light, downward
                                   strokes. This can be applied by using a powder brush

                                   Body Makeup

                                   You may want to experiment with the body makeup to highlight your prom dress. This is glitter powder or gel that
                                   can be applied to your arms and shoulders and you will look like you are under the stars

                                   Just one tip: Do not use any of your friend's makeup (especially eye makeup). Bacteria may be in the makeup
                                   because it has been opened and used. This can cause eye infection or pink eye. If you are having your makeup
                                   done professionally, carry your own lipstick with you.

                                   These makeup tips can also be used for other occasions in which formal dresses, homecoming gowns and
                                   Quinceanera gowns are worn. Makeup and prom dresses can blend to bring out your beauty on your special

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